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413.250.2295 (W. MA)
98% of businesses in New England
meet the basic eligibility requirements for SBA 504 financing.
Loans to Small Businesses
Total Project Financing
What’s the deal?
Borrowers can obtain up to 90% financing, with up to 40% from Bay Colony at a 20-year below market fixed rate and 50% from the participating lender at a conventional market rate.
Who can borrow?
Almost all types of businesses are eligible. Review the general eligibility guidelines to see if you are eligible.
What can the money be used for?
Acquisition, improvement or new construction of fixed assets including owner occupied commercial real estate as well as equipment with a useful economic life of 10 years or more can be financed by a 504 loan. Almost all soft costs can be included.
How large (or small) could the project size be?
Our portion of the total project cost cannot be lower than $25,000. While there is no maximum limit on the total project costs, Bay Colony can lend up to $5 million ($5.5 million in certain cases).
Why Bay Colony?
As a leading provider of SBA 504 financing since 1981, we are one of the nation’s oldest and most experienced Certified Development Companies. Client satisfaction is the cornerstone of our values.
Where is financing available?
We serve businesses in all of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont, and in several counties in Connecticut.
Recently Funded Projects
Loans funded in January, 2017 ranged from $94,000 to over $2.1 million, for businesses ranging from Waltham to Fitchburg, Brookline to Danvers, Fitchburg to Westport. Approximately 32 jobs are to be created as a result.read more
Loans funded in December, 2016 ranged from $102,000 to over $1.2 million, for businesses ranging from Boston to Marshfield and Great Barrington in Massachusetts, to Little Compton, Rhode Island. Approximately 21 jobs are to be created as a result.read more
Loans funded in November, 2016 ranged from $128,000 to nearly $2.17 million, for businesses in Needham, Boston, and Jamaica Plain in Massachusetts, and in Lincoln, Rhode Island. 44 jobs are to be created as a result.read more